My ex has told my 12 year old daughter that she should send a text message next week to his current girlfriend to wish her a happy birthday . My daughter does not like the girlfriend-not because my ex is dating someone, but because of her personality. My daughter has been honest with him about her feelings, but he won't listen to her and says she just has to live with it. I believe she needs to be respectful of the girlfriend,but to force her to do things like send the text message is letting the girlfriend believe something that just isn't true. I suspect he thinks that pushing "warm fuzzies" both directions will bring the two of them together. Should my daughter be expected to do this? My ex will be mad at her if she doesn't.
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